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Managing multiethnic local communities in the countries of the former Yugoslavia = Upravljanje multietničkim lokalnim zajednicama u zemljama bivše Jugoslavije = Organiziranje na multi-etničkite lokalni zaednici vo zemjite na poranešna Jugoslavija = Upravljanje v multietničnih lokalnih skupnostih v državah í bivše Jugoslavije / edited by Nenad Dimitrijević.

by Dimitrijević, Nenad; Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: LGI books: Publisher: Budapest, Hungary : Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative/Open Society Institute, ©2000Edition: 1st ed.Description: xvi, 468 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9637316663; 9789637316661.Other title: Upravljanje multietničkim lokalnim zajednicama u zemljama bivše Jugoslavije | Organiziranje na multi-etničkite lokalni zaednici vo zemjite na poranešna Jugoslavija | Upravljanje v multietničnih lokalnih skupnostih v državah í bivše Jugoslavije.Subject(s): Cultural pluralism -- Former Yugoslav republics | Multiculturalism -- Former Yugoslav republics | Multiculturalisme -- Ex-Yougoslavie | Pluralisme -- Ex-Yougoslavie | Former Yugoslav republics -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects | ყოფილი იუგოსლავიის რესპუბლიკა ეთნიკური ურთიერთობები პოლიტიკური ასპექტებიDDC classification: 305.80094971 Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Managing distrust and hatred: multiethnic local communities in the countries of the former Yugoslavia / Nenad Dimitrijević -- The position of alochthonous groups in Slovenia and in the city of Maribor / Sergej Flere and Tomaž Klenovšek -- Legal status of the Italian minority in Slovenia / Zoran Pavlović -- Bilingualism in a Kumanovo kindergarten / Mirjana Najcevska -- Minority political participation and education in the municipality of Chair / Židas Daskalovski -- Roma in the Sredorek settlement / Martin Demirovski -- Facilitating local multiethnic governance in postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina / James Rogan -- Media policies and the settlement of ethnic conflicts / Tarik Jusić -- Civil initiatives in integration and confidence-building in Mostar / Association of Citizens (ZGP) Mostar -- Nongovernmental projects "Return and trust rebuilding-Pakrac" and "The bench we share" / Amy Mountcastle and Ljubomir Tot -- Minority communities in the Primorsko-Goranska district / Zoran Stanković -- Treating war trauma in children and youth from the former Yugoslavia / Árpád Baráth.
Bosniaks in Sandzak and interethnic tolerance in Novi Pazar / Safeta Biševac -- Subotica: haven of multicultural coexistence / Tamás Korhecz -- Multiculturalism in Montenegro and the city of Ulcinj / Jovan Nikolaidis.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Managing distrust and hatred: multiethnic local communities in the countries of the former Yugoslavia / Nenad Dimitrijević -- The position of alochthonous groups in Slovenia and in the city of Maribor / Sergej Flere and Tomaž Klenovšek -- Legal status of the Italian minority in Slovenia / Zoran Pavlović -- Bilingualism in a Kumanovo kindergarten / Mirjana Najcevska -- Minority political participation and education in the municipality of Chair / Židas Daskalovski -- Roma in the Sredorek settlement / Martin Demirovski -- Facilitating local multiethnic governance in postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina / James Rogan -- Media policies and the settlement of ethnic conflicts / Tarik Jusić -- Civil initiatives in integration and confidence-building in Mostar / Association of Citizens (ZGP) Mostar -- Nongovernmental projects "Return and trust rebuilding-Pakrac" and "The bench we share" / Amy Mountcastle and Ljubomir Tot -- Minority communities in the Primorsko-Goranska district / Zoran Stanković -- Treating war trauma in children and youth from the former Yugoslavia / Árpád Baráth.

Bosniaks in Sandzak and interethnic tolerance in Novi Pazar / Safeta Biševac -- Subotica: haven of multicultural coexistence / Tamás Korhecz -- Multiculturalism in Montenegro and the city of Ulcinj / Jovan Nikolaidis.

A bilingual edition; each article appears both in English and in one of the languages of the former Yugoslavia.

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